Vous avez du cholesterol ? Vous soignez-vous ? Le surplus de cholesterol est dangereux pour la sante car il favorise les maladies cardiovasculaires (entre autres).Comment adopter un regime anti cholesterol pour reduire votre cholesterol, retrouver la forme et la sante et perdre du poids ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMnkqtORwUM Topics: regime anti cholesterol, regime anti-cholesterol, cholesterol regime
Dyslipidemia in menopause is a known feature in women, which may lead to significant increase in the development of coronary heart disease (CHD). The present study was aimed at comparing the level of total serum cholesterol and their subfractions, in premenopausal with that of their postmenopausal counterparts. Fifty (50) apparently healthy, nonpregnant females (25 premenopausal and 25 postmenopausal) were recruited for the study. Serum total cholesterol and their subfractions - high-density... Topics: Menopause, Dyslipidemia, Cholesterol
Currently, obesity is considered an epidemic due to the disruptions it causes to health, highlighting the incensement in cardiovascular diseases associated with cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) high concentrations. However, cholesterol is also involved in various metabolic and structural functions vital to human biology. This homeostasis can be modified by external factors such as medications or by internal factors such as diseases or metabolic changes generated by the type of diet... Topics: cholesterol, functional foods, hypocholesterolemic.
Antiepileptic drugs influence, among others, cholesterol and lipoprotein serum level, we designed this study to assume the effects of dose amount on this parameters. In this study Serum cholesterol, HDL, LDL, VLDL and triglycerides (TGs) levels were measured in eighteen healthy male Wistar rats (150-200 g) ( subdivide randomly to three groups ) after receiving two doses (0.25 mg\kg and 0.5 mg\kg) of Valproic acid (VPA) respectively for twenty day. Compared with controls, rats on (0.25 mg/kg)... Topics: Cholesterol, Tgs, HDL, LDL, VLDL, Valproic Acid
Blake Cochran spoke about the Cholesterol moilecule's role in our body, and Mark Read spoke about the interaction of diet with bacteria, and its influence on our health. Topics: science, Diffusion, Inspiring Australia, cholesterol, bacteria, diet
Background & Objectives: There is strong association between hypertension and dyslipidemia. They increase patient’s susceptibility to the development of coronary heart disease. This study is done to estimate the serum total cholesterol, triglyceride, HDL-C and LDL-C values in hypertensive patients and to study the association between hypertension and dyslipidemia. Methodology: The study was carried out in New Medical College Hospital (NMCH), Kota, Rajasthan. The study period was from... Topics: Cholesterol, Cardiovascular Diseases, Lipids, Hypertension, Triglycerides
Introduction Obesity is the accumulation of excess body-fat, due to greater energy intake when compared to the energy expenditure leading to increased BMI. The metabolic defects in obesity includes altered lipid profile along with increased risk of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and elevated serum uric acid. In this study we have tried to find out association of lipid profile with obesity. Material and Method This study was conducted in the Department of... Topics: Obesity, BMI, Cholesterol, Triglyceride, HDL, VLDL, LDL
Good cop/Bad cop: Cholesterol Magnetic nanoparticles stimulate the brain by Ian Woolf, Good Cop/Bad Cop: Cholesterol talk by Blake Cochran, Cholesterol interview with Blake Cochran by Ian Woolf. Production checked by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Topics: science, Diffusion, cholesterol, Inspiring Australia, diabetes, medicine
What Is High Blood Cholesterol and what are the Symptoms? What Causes High Cholestrol ? family history and what you eat . What Is High Blood Cholesterol and what are the Symptoms? 4 Main Types of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), Bad Cholesterol versus Good Cholesterol, Saturated Fats and Transfats both are harmful Dietary Fats. "Essential Fatty Acids" Omega 3, omega 6. Cholesterol lowering Foods, Family history, and what you eat. Avoid foods that are bad for cholesterol levels. Topic: High Cholesterol Risks "HEART ATTACK" or "STROKE"
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As part of the Nutritional Medicine Update, Dr Uffe Ravenkov from Sweden discusses the research and current faulty thinking regarding cholesterol, and how the use of fat busting drugs is really just mass poisoning. Topics: cholesterol, myth, uffe, ravenskov, throwing, pebbles, conspiracy
Uriah joins us as Lindsey is taking care of personal issues this week. We discuss obesity, the process of making everything illegal for the betterment of our country, Lance Armstrong, a new way to power vehicles, and a few random tangents. Make sure to comment and give us your own ideas on how to save us from ourselves, like making fireworks illegal so we don't have any more one-eyed kids with missing fingers running around. Topics: Lance Armstrong, guns, illegal, obesity, cholesterol, pot, semen, cars
Seth talks to Dr. Mike Rosenfeld, professor at University of Washington and cholesterol researcher. Topics: lipids, cholesterol, inflammation, atherosclerosis, plaque, heart disease, nutrition, podcast, fat
Adele Hite is the Policy Chair and founder of the Healthy Nation Coalition. The coalition works to expose the flaws and misuse of science in the formation of our nation's dietary guidelines. Promulgated by USDA, these guidelines are not based in current science and have resulted in a 30 year decline in our population's health. Individuals should be empowered to become informed about what works best for their individual nutritional needs. Topics: carbohydrates, cholesterol, HDL, LDL, saturated fat, sodium, USDA